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. vegas casino developer, steve wynn taking a stab at the president over jobs and the economy. listen to the knockout punch. >> i have created about 250,000 direct special indirect jobs, according to the state of nevada's measurement. that's exactly -- if the number's 250,000, that's exactly 250,000 more than this president, who i will be damned if i want to have him lecture me about small business and jobs. guys like me are job createsors and woe don't like a bull's-eye on our back. the president's trying to put himself gone me and my employees by class warfare, depriicating and calling a group that makes money, billionaires and millionaire who is don't pay their share. i gave 120% of my salary and bonus last year to charities, as i do most years. i can't stand the ideas of being demagogued, put down by a president who has never created any jobs and doesn't understand how the economy works. >> greta: does steve wynn have a point? overstock.com patrick burn is here. good evening. >> gret agrat to be on,. >> greta: overstock.com has over 100,000 employees. you are a large employers. i
into an exchange about the economy. biden said look. igts in a bad shape because you, paul ryan voted for two wars that were put on a credit card then listed off a number of things then said quote i was there and voted against that. i said we can't afford that. wait a minute. joe biden voted both for auj saigs of the use of force resolution for afghanistan and plus voted for resolution to go to war against iraq. tonight on national tv said i voted against that. i said we can't afford that. but wait a minute. he voted in favor of that and both of these things i think are going to come back to haunt him. >> there is a point about libya. what he said about liba. through the state department and intelligence committee under the bus. i'll tell you where we're going see it again that, is at the presidential debate. and there is a lot of criticism of the president he's sort of late to the game in terms of identifying it as terrorism. and now, it turns out tonight as vice president a little bit of a problem with that. i think that is going to come back to haunt him. you talk about smirking and smiling. we
from. and every month has been worse. how do you say you had a successful economy when the whole time of your administration has been worse than george bush's? i mean, 7.8, is that the best month? that's the best month he had. what have we done? tripled the money supply. you have -- he has the stimulus package. you have all of these things and four straight trillion-dollar deficits. we are right back at the starting line on the economy. this is a failed president. there is no doubt about it. >> greta: the polls are out. some polls, right now, we are starting to see in postdebate polls that the impact of governor romney's win. it looks like governor romney is closing the gap in several swing states. according to a new rasmussen poll. in ohio, president obama is leading romney by 1 percentage point n. virginia, governor romney leads 49-48%. in florida, governor romney leads by 2 percentage points. 49-47. all three are in the markin of error, but they do show gains by governor romney. it appear hes got a bounce? >> he got somewhat of a bounce. this is like a great wave, greta it's vitall
. but this is about jobs and the economy and who has the better plan. there is no question that mitt romney's plans are better for ohio, working families. that's why we are going to win. >> greta: ohio has a lower unemployment rate than the national average. i thought that would help the president. is the ohio unemployment level below the new level. if so, can't the president take a bow for that? >> it is. it is a little lower than the national average, about a point below. but still, people in ohio don't feel like the economy's doing well. if you add the people who have stopped looking, that would be 10%. that's not acceptable. so when you look at the polls, are out wrong track, right direction? we reflect the nation. we think we are on the wrong track because we know that ohio's economy is want as strong as it should be. we are better than the rest of the country, but the rest of the country is in trouble. we near trouble, we understand that. we know we're not bringing back the jobs that we should. we have had bad numbers. the manufacturing jobs are not coming back. in fact, we see manufacturing
a pace is okay but not that great that. reflects the fact that the economy is growing at a modest pace. the thing hard here is that as modest as growth as been in the u.s. that is the fastest growth in the advanced world. so the world economy is in a tough spot. we're all struggling trying to get out of it. >> greta: and the republicans always say and tell me if this is wrong, is there a risk it will be stalled or slow fd taxes are raised on the rich? is that true? >> i don't think that is true. there are massive amounts of economic research on the data on that question. and most all of that research does not suggest that high income tax rates have an especially big impact on the growth rate in the u.s.. if you just take a step back and say okay, the first three quarters or so of the reagan administration is 50%. we've grown substantially. clinton raises the rate at the top. and we're still growing. and those kinds of anecdotes is growth rate in top tax rates are unkorel yaited so i think that this is a way overstatement. and using that to say tax cuts goring to pay for themselves ther
the chance to work out some of their differences. >> greta: the eu. is failing, the economy is going under and they are creating another global crisis. the imf said, countries about to go bankrupt in the e.u., the idea that they are being rewarded a a morale boost treminded me of a pee wee league and a sports team and you give them all trophies because they are 6 years old and you want everyone to gets a trophy. this is not a success story. >> no, it is not. it contradicts the rationale of the prize. the argument for european integration is that war was caused by nationalism, so the way you avoid war in the future is tode reduce nationalism by forming the european union, yet what is happening? they are rioting in greece and in spain because of german dominance of the european continent. >> greta: the chancellor of germany was in greece and they were calling her a nazi this last week. >> this doesn't look like the obliteration of nationalism. but the point is wrong, you know, in britain, their democracy didn't break down in the 20s and 30s and that's why britain is europeo-skeptic. they say
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